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    Re: Motorcraft brand cleaners?

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    Any pics of your F-150??
    Sorry for the late reply. Wasn't working from my phone. But here is the truck the day I bought it. Has a 2 inch level in it now but pretty much looks the same as it did here.

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    Re: Motorcraft brand cleaners?

    Nice truck.

    XLT, or STX?
    It is no coincidence that man's best friend cannot talk.

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    Re: Motorcraft brand cleaners?

    Last I heard, Auto International/ValuGard is the source for many OEMs, incl. Ford and GM. But the bean counters are always looking for cheaper sources, so things may have changed.

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    Re: Motorcraft brand cleaners?

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulMys View Post
    Nice truck.

    XLT, or STX?
    Thanks, its an XLT.

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    Re: Motorcraft brand cleaners?

    Quote Originally Posted by 57Rambler View Post
    Last I heard, Auto International/ValuGard is the source for many OEMs, incl. Ford and GM. But the bean counters are always looking for cheaper sources, so things may have changed.
    I probably won't end up chasing them after hearing the above info on them, but do you by any chance know of any way of getting in touch or buying from those places? I can't seem to find them on Google.

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    Re: Motorcraft brand cleaners?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChilliGilly View Post
    Thanks, its an XLT.
    Like I said, I work for a Ford dealer.

    The XLT is a great truck. Anything over that (Lariat, Limited, Platinum, King Ranch) is too much money for just "bling" in my opinion.
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    Re: Motorcraft brand cleaners?

    Yes I agree. I didn't need air conditioned seats and after owning a car with leather (fake leather vinyl) I swore I wouldn't ever get it again after the condition it gets in after many years of blue jeans sliding on and off.

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    Re: Motorcraft brand cleaners?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChilliGilly View Post
    Yes I agree. I didn't need air conditioned seats and after owning a car with leather (fake leather vinyl) I swore I wouldn't ever get it again after the condition it gets in after many years of blue jeans sliding on and off.
    Well, whichever route you choose to go with products other than MotorCrap, feel free to ask us.
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    Re: Motorcraft brand cleaners?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChilliGilly View Post
    Yes I agree. I didn't need air conditioned seats and after owning a car with leather (fake leather vinyl) I swore I wouldn't ever get it again after the condition it gets in after many years of blue jeans sliding on and off.
    If you wear off the coating on your seats, it doesn't matter if they are genuine leather or not, they both will show wear.

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